Summary: Of the smartphones that I have owned, I like the Samsung Omnia II the best. That's not saying that there isn't a con or "drawback" with the phone. That one con I found so far is the program for syncing the phone with a computer. Active Sync does not work with Windows 7. I couldn't get the newer program for Windows Mobile to install. This isn't a big deal to me personally. I did get lucky enough to transfer a ringtone and a few songs via computer.
Great phone for those who know windows mobile & have a verizon account
14 July 2013
Summary: first of all this was my first windows phone so i did not know what i was getting into. having that said if you are a Verizon wireless member then i am sure you will enjoy this phone, but i think the phone is awesome but the fat that is locked to one network provider is a stinker, and the way that windows app market work it is a down side, i was not able to properly hack the phone to put an android OS on it, and so the only way i founded usable is to get third party...
Summary: This is the last phone to have a stylus an built in I might add and is not the size of a min. ipad.Trash the galx 4 .Someone please make compack styles phone. I like every thing about this phone.
Summary: I'm using this primarily as a PocketPC, i.e. not using the phone, but as a computer. I treat it as my personal media player, and my portable home office. The screen is absolutely gorgeous, thus the use of it as my personal media player. I put my videos, pictures, PowerPoint presentation, etc. on it. The WiFi allows me to connect to the Internet whenever there is a free WiFi hotspot. Very functional.